About Child Watch
Child Watch is available for children ages six weeks to ten years old. We offer different activities for children during their two hour stay. Since we are not a daycare, you must remain in our facility while your child is in our care.
6 weeks–23 months
- This age group will have fun singing songs, listening to music and playing in age appropriate activities.
- Child to Staff ratio for this age group is 4:1
- This age group will enjoy playing games, doing crafts and coloring, blocks and imagination play.
- During the summer, we provide a School Age Program for 6–10 years from 8 AM–11:30 AM, Monday–Friday.
- Child to Staff ratio for this age group is 10:1
Fun Club | 5–10 years
- Children engage with many different activities ranging from swimming, rock climbing, gym time and outdoor play.
Child Watch Guidelines
- We offer diaper changing as a courtesy, but ask that you please provide your own diapers and wipes. Children still potty training MUST wear a pull-up while in Child Watch and you will be called if they have an accident.
- Snacks are allowed. Please remember to label cups and bottles. Due to severe allergies, nuts and nut products or products manufactured where they come in contact with nuts are NOT allowed.
- No gum, outside toys or small items may be brought into Child Watch, as they are not preapproved by staff and may pose a choking hazard.
- Please do not bring your child if they have green/yellow mucus, sore throat, fever, diarrhea/vomiting or are otherwise visibly ill. If your child contracts a contagious infection, contact Child Watch.
- Shoes are required for all mobile children
- If you are not able to keep your reservation, please call and cancel. If you are more than 15 minutes late, your spot may be given away.
- If a child needs special attention, our staff will do their best to comfort them. If we are unsuccessful, as a last resort, we will page the parent.
Child Watch Mission
To show love to all parents and children by caring for the needs of the children and interacting with them in a positive way. To show respect to all parents, children and staff at all times. To be honest in any situation and communicate appropriately with supervisors, staff and members. To be responsible by following all policies and guidelines of Child Watch and the YMCA. To serve the needs of the YMCA and to meet the needs of the members, children and staff.